Excuse me, the 2020 models will not come to India
- There are 3 variations of this Brutale 800 and 4 variations of this Dragster 800.
- The 798cc inline 3-cylinder engine isn’t Euro 5-compliant.
- You will find fresh colors for many bicycles.
Amidst the bikes that MV Agusta showcased, for example, Superveloce 800 along with also the Brutale 1000 RR, earlier EICMA, besides, it attracted its assortment of the Dragster 800 along with the Brutale 800. Both bikes have received upgrades that are aesthetic and minimal. Yes, MV Agusta hasn’t upgraded the motor to meet forthcoming emission standards in India or Europe. This usually means that Dragsters and the Brutales won’t come to our shores.
Given that bike manufacturers have gotten a year’s expansion, i.e. before 2021, to upgrade their present versions to Euro 5 emission standards, MV Agusta hasn’t upgraded the engine. The engine that is 798cc stays trained as before. On the Dragster 800 and the Brutale 800, this motor pumps out 83Nm and 110PS while 3Nm boosts torque whilst to 140PS, the electricity is switched up on other versions. In reality, 150PS is produced by the engine of the Dragster 800 RC. This is due to the Reparto Corse of MV Agusta kit, which includes race ECU and the habit SC-Project exhaust.
This Brutale and Dragster’s variants are called Rosso variations. The pumped upward RR variations arrive with a substitute for an SCS 2.0 unit. For the uninitiated, Smart Clutch System that enables riders to begin riding or return to a stop is meant by SCS. And since the bicycles are kitted with quick shifters that are bi-directional, clutchless should not be a problem.
There are no modifications documented in the motorcycle section. Suspension duties are handled by a Marzocchi USD fork while the bicycle is brought by Brembo calipers on the front wheel to a block and Sachs monoshock. There comes An ABS as standard.